Known for listening bars in King's Cross and Royal Festival Hall, Spiritland's new project aims to make audiophile production more accessible.
The listening bar and equipment brand is branching out from its King's Cross and Royal Festival Hall listening bars and restaurants and Mayfair shop with the Spiritland One. It's an audio production and broadcasting studio built into a Mercedes truck fitted with a SSL System T S500 console. The design and construction is by Spiritland Productions, MegaHertz and Spectra Specialist Engineering.
The vehicle will be able to record and broadcast from festivals, concerts and other live performances and events, as well as be available to hire. Exact details of Spiritland One's upcoming whereabouts are TBC, but there are plans to take it outside of the UK.
Spiritland's founder Paul Noble told Resident Advisor that he wants the project to present "a bigger picture of what we are," that Spiritland is "not just fancy soundsystems" confined to one place and aims to make high-quality audio production more accessible.
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